- Baby-Sitters Club - Ann M. Martin (25)
- Sweet Valley High - Francine Pascal (9)
- Glee (7)
- California Diaries - Ann M. Martin (3)
- Everybody Loves Raymond (3)
[Glee future fic; AU after 4x03]
Turns out Finn isn't meant for the military after all, though he would have preferred to find out by shooting himself in the leg.
Finn Hudson should have died that day in the Middle East. Correction, he nearly did die. Instead, he was patched up as much as they could and sent back to the Bushwick loft with a bum knee, a PTSD diagnosis, a pregnant wife, and one passive-aggressive Blaine Anderson.
Finn Hudson knows he should have died. How is he supposed to deal with the fact that he lived?
NOT BLAINE OR KLAINE FRIENDLY
Finn Hudson didn't sing anymore. In fact, if you asked most people, including Finn Hudson himself, the list of things that Finn could successfully do in his current state were very few and far between. He felt like such a loser. He'd barely even finished three fourths of a tour, and the Army had still fucked him up.
"I'm nothing to her. I'm not her dad, and I'm nothing to her. I'm nothing to either of you."
"You're not nothing to us," Quinn whispered. "Finn..." She trailed off. "She misses you."
“Kristy doesn’t know what she wants,” she said flatly. “She wants some fantasy of you that she’s created in her mind since you walked out on us.”
Fandoms: Baby-Sitters Club - Ann M. Martin
05 Mar 2018
Patrick comes home.
"Ray," I said, a bit harsher than I'd intended. "Your father isn't dead! He simply fainted at the lodge, and they must have taken him to the hospital as a precaution." Still, I had to admit that I was worried about Frank. He had been looking awfully pale and unwell lately. But I knew that that really wasn't what Ray needed to hear. He needed me to be the optimistic one. He was the pessimist. "And your mother is fine, Ray," I added. "She was over the house all morning vacuuming."
Post Series Finale.
The news that Debra and Ray were expecting their fourth child should have been a happy occasion, but it was overshadowed by Amy and Robert's fertility troubles and Frank's frightening decline into poor health. Add in Marie and her refusal to believe that Frank is getting worse, not better, and it's a recipe for certain disaster.
Things were supposed to get easier for them, not worse. How did the opposite happen?
- Part 2 of Season 10